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Old 04-23-2009, 11:34 PM   #21
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Default 04 F-150 Lariat 4x4 5.4

Finally got pics up. Here's another!
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Old 04-23-2009, 11:45 PM   #22
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Newest pic. Next week Panama City! Bike Week!!! woot woot
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Looks like the '06 I wanted to buy and ended up with a red '07 FX 2 sport.
The wife saw the front end of '07 and said you better come look at this one.
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Old 04-24-2009, 01:44 AM   #24
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Cool 2008 Lariat 4x4

Just Love to post my pics! I have put a lot of work into my Truck. So much fun...

These trucks look so good. Black, Blue, Silver, Etc.
Light kits, tires and wheels, Grills, Leveled, lifted Etc .. Etc.

PawPaw's truck: Just the right touch
leveled with 35" Magnaflow exhaust -programmer, Bilstein shocks. Etc.

06Screw4x4: Leveled nice wheels and tires, Nice Light bar

danielfjr81 - 8" Rise 37" on 22's Exhaust , intake Etc.

So many trucks to mention ... Each truck has its' own look.

Your trucks give out Idea's to the people who drive and Love their F150's

Keep posting and sharing the Pics.
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Heres my 06 Lariat Screw...love it. Just got the Bilstein 5100's installed to level the front out, and threw on some Nitto Terra Grapplers, 275/70/18. The nose is about a half inch higher than the rear now though...what do yall think, look ok? Need rear blocks? Rear add a leaf?
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Thanks Larry...like your truck too!
Screw, mine is about 1/2" high too...about to fix that here in a minute. I love having a fab shop!
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You just gunna fab up some 1" rear blocks?
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Old 04-24-2009, 06:40 PM   #28
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Thanks Larry...like your truck too!
Screw, mine is about 1/2" high too...about to fix that here in a minute. I love having a fab shop!

Since the truck comes stock with 2" blocks you need to rplace with 2 1/2"
block or use a 3" but then you will be 1/2" high int he rear
1/2" high in the rear is better than 1/2 high in the frt. Do you pull a trailer?
when I added the AAL my truck was 2" higher than it was after the lift - in the rear

Stock rear block 2"
AAl adds 2"
don't stack the blocks mine were stacked when I first did my 6" lift (2" & 3" = 5" total) they kept coming loose.
I changed to a fabtech 5" block & I put in the AAL for another 2" this totaled 5" added to the stock height in the rear.
It took all that height to level after the 6" in frt with the Bilstein 5100 frt struts.

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Mine is actually a 4X2, so i dont think it has any blocks in the rear, not that I can tell anyway, so I need to get my hands on some 1"ers...thanks
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Well being only experianced with my truck a 4x4 ... I stand corrected.

1" is simple since you have your own fab shop. You do have the two pins though?
The ones from the springs that go into the plate welded on the diff.
Or is that different too?
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